Just when you thought a Boston College Law School reunion couldn’t get any better, along comes Reunion 2020. Some 650 reunioners, Dean’s Council members, and guests attended the two-day celebration November 1 and 2.
The festive Four Seasons Hotel Boston set the tone for Saturday’s Dean’s Council reception, reunion dinners for classes ending in 4 and 9 and those who graduated fifty or more years ago. Speeches, high-fives, and laughter were on the menu alongside the hotel chef’s cornucopian repast. That capped an afternoon that included tours of the Boston Athenaeum and Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, the Class of 1969 luncheon, and Black Alumni Network annual meeting.
Friday was animated by campus tours, classroom visits, the Alumni Assembly meeting, presentations by the Rappaport Center on “Pot and Parity” and the Innocence Program on its efforts to free wrongly convicted Omar Martinez last spring. The day ended with a welcome back dinner and “Bar Review.”